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The Ivy League's new 10-year pact with ESPN includes coverage of all MBB, WBB & FB games across the conference, with 24 match-ups planned for linear distribution & the rest to live on the new ESPN+. ESPN EVP of Programming & Scheduling Magnus, "We are significantly enhancing our existing relationship with The Ivy League, providing the conference, its institutions, and fans the most comprehensive coverage of the league to date across ESPN's networks and platforms, while also adding specific benefits that are made possible with the launch of ESPN+." Key note from SBD/SBJ media expert Ourand, "All told, the new deal will make 1,100 events from 30 sports available every year as part of ESPN+’s $4.99 monthly subscription. Previously, the majority of these games were on the Ivy League digital network, which cost around $10 per month. The Ivy League digital network no longer will exist once this deal goes into effect." (link, linklink)
Embattled Idaho AD Spear spoke to & fielded questions from the university's student leadership & others in the student body to clarify his handling of a reported sexual assault back in 2013. Spear indicated the Moscow Police informed him the situation didn't need to be referred to the institution's upper administration since it took place off campus. Spear: "...this was personal. My daughter attended @uidaho at the time. I deeply care about this issue. […] when we have a student who doesn’t have a good experience here... It makes me very remorseful." In the end, student government voted 10-5 for the recommendation to replace Spear. More. (link, link)
New Lamar AD Born introduced in Beaumont, "I go back to the experience I had as a student-athlete. I want all of our student-athletes to have that same experience, getting to travel across the country and getting to play in places not everybody gets to travel to, being able to spend time with your teammates and coaches and make friends for life and at the same time, get a first-class education. […] I remember telling Tommy this was something I wanted to look into more. I knew I was ready to be an AD. I heard so many good things about Lamar and Beaumont and the potential it has, so I knew I wanted to get involved. I always refer to it as a sleeping giant, the athletic department. I’m ready to wake up that sleeping giant and work together. I told the staff this morning when we met at 10 o’clock that we’re going to be a family and do this together. We’re in this together. We’re going to win together, we’re going celebrate wins and we’re going to cry in defeat, but we’re going to be in this together. We’re going to support each other." (link); Here's the full presser video. (link)
Creighton AD & MBB Committee Chair Rasmussen on the future of college hoops, "My feeling is this, we spend too much time on the one- and-done. There's an old Chinese proverb: No matter how pure the lake, if the stream flowing into the lake is polluted, the lake will soon be polluted. We've got to get control over basketball from [ages] 10 to 17. If we do a better job of getting control of basketball from 10 to 17 I think we'll see a lot fewer problems in college. I think we can." Further, Rasmussen points to the need for transparency by shoe companies, giving student-athletes access to agents who have to register first, says in very few situations is the value of what the student-athlete brings more than what they're getting from the university, but the industry needs to evolve to support those instances. CBSSports.com's Dodd with the story. (link)
So apparently former AAU coach Augustine simply kept the money paid to him by intermediaries to route prospective student-athletes to MBB programs. WaPo's Hobson reports that's exactly what attorneys in the MBB-FBI situation argued back in February, "Mr. Augustine says that, in fact, he was not in on the scheme. In fact, there was not going to be any payment that was going to be made to Mr. Little. But effectively he was in his own scheme to rip off Mr. Gatto." And, as you may recall, all charges were dropped against Augustine. Notable economist Schwarz: "So if the money doesn’t go to the athlete, the FBI and prosecutors are fine with it? How does that make any sense?" (link)
New Florida Atlantic AD White says there's been "a lot of drinking out of a fire hose" as he gets started with the Owls & pushes to meet key donors, other VIPs, HCs & key university personnel. White points specifically to getting ingrained with the donor base as quickly as possible, "I think it's critical to do it as early as you can because I think people remember, 'Hey, the AD reached out to me the first few months on the job,' versus 'He got around to me in Year Two.'" As for potential needs in Boca, White nods to facility upgrades, continuing to raise money for the new academic & athletic excellence center, increasing game attendance, becoming more visible in the community & focusing on the scholarship fund. More from White in the article. (link)
Grambling AD Bryant is proud of the job he & his team have done in the last 15 months to clean up compliance issues that were facing the Tigers, "It has been a tough process, but it has been a rewarding one to see these student-athletes that were ineligible gain their eligibility." Bryant proceeds by walking through all his staffing moves to shore up the department from marketing to student-athlete success to fundraising & says he's not worried about talk of his own contract extension, "My thing is let my work speak for itself and honestly, I just never worry about the next move because God always takes care of me. I'm a firm believer in that." Getting some big financial contributors on board, like Coca-Cola, is a front burner task right now, to go along with an already strong $400K+ increase in donations from supporters. Facility projects & a potential digital network for GSU are also discussed. (link)
Cincinnati's student newspaper runs a piece on the athletic department's deficit & the onus placed on the student body via fees. Of note, "Between 2014 and 2017, the athletic department’s deficit totaled almost $102 million — a 33 percent increase over the prior four years, records show. [...] For a full-time undergraduate student, the four-year price tag to cover the athletic department’s deficit was almost $4,900, records show." The News Record says it was given assurances it could speak with UC AD Bohn about the trend lines, but such a conversation never occurred. Lots of pushback comments from students in the article. (link)
Former Texas A&M/South Carolina/TCU/Miami (OH)/VMI AD Hyman converses with 1.Question co-host @TaiMBrown on how increased funding & money in the marketplace has increased pressure on ADs, making values-based decisions even more difficult. Hyman also touches on why coaches and ADs have to avoid the wealth-preservation mind set to achieve longevity in their careers & reviews his approach to growing South Carolina into a Top 25 holistic department. Hyman: "There are no secrets when making decisions from the chair, so be upfront with who you are, your values, and doing things right." (link)
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AdAge's Crupi with a thorough look at world of TV ratings for the NCAA MBB National Championship game between Villanova & Michigan that ended up being a one-sided affair. A key note to consider, "Per Nielsen estimates, Turner's primary March Madness outlet, TBS, reaches 91.4 million households, or just over three-quarters (76 percent) of the nation's 119.6 million TV homes. Nearly every TV home has access to legacy broadcast network CBS. When faced with a shortfall of more than 26 million households from the jump, a ratings slide is all but inevitable." However, Crupi notes that nothing is going to change anytime soon with the title game broadcast schedule as Turner got in on the deal as a way to support its monthly carriage rate paid by cable outlets & subsequently, consumers. Plus, with commercial revenue up, the status quo will remain exactly that, "All told, iSpot estimates that 142 brands ran 391 ads during March Madness, for a grand total of 6,761 airings. This barrage of commercial messaging generated 20.8 billion impressions." (link)
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Eastern Washington Deputy AD for External Operations Hughes will leave the department, but remain in Cheney to take over the Farmers Insurance Agency effective April 16. Hughes' nearly 20-year career with the Eagles is highlighted by fundraising efforts and securing the lead gift of $500K for the red turf at Roos Field. (link); Hughes' exits adds to the list for the Eagles as there's also leadership openings in Women's Volleyball (basically the whole staff), Athletic Performance (one spot), Cross Country (one spot), Men's Soccer (one spot) & Eagle Sports Properties (two spots) (link)
Another Deputy move as new Northeastern boss Konya turns to Clayton State (DII) AD Duncan to serve as Deputy AD for External Affairs in Boston. Duncan will oversee communications, development, marketing & promotions, ticketing, as well as video production. Konya: "Tim has accomplished a great deal in several critical roles throughout his career, and brings a wide array of expertise in several crucial areas. His forward-thinking and progressive approach will greatly benefit our athletic department." Duncan is set to start with the Huskies on May 1. (link)
Nebraska AD Moos explains his senior level staff changes, starting with Deputy AD/Chief of Staff Burton, with whom Moos "cut his teeth" coming up in the business. Moos: "As fate would have it, we're back together. I knew at the time I got here (in October), I needed to get Bob back to where he's helping make big decisions for us, and he's been outstanding. He's not going to be a 'yes man,' and I appreciate that about him. He will say, 'Bill, I understand where you're coming from, but I'm not sure that's the best decision in this case.' He's very, very smart, yet he's a humble Nebraskan. I had him figured in that role from the time I got here." Moos indicates no former senior managers took pay cuts following the restructuring and though he wouldn't provide names of those who may have left the department, the Journal Star did some digging and learned former Senior Assoc. AD of Ticketing, Premium Seating and Strategic Engagement Mendenhall is no longer with the department, and former Assoc. AD Brasfield now coaches running backs at SMU. The other five members of Moos' senior staff are Deputy AD/CFO Jentz, Deputy AD/SWA Logsdon, Exec. Assoc. AD for External Ops Boehm, Executive Assoc. AD for Academics Leblanc and Executive Assoc. AD for Compliance Vaughn. (link)
Auburn Prez Leath continues to back new AD Greene and MBB HC Pearl: "Allen is a talented, bright guy and he's fully capable of managing athletics in general and specifically the basketball situation, that's why I hired him. I'm supportive of the way he's handling things. Allen and I both feel the same, that Bruce Pearl did a remarkable job this year with a lot of distractions, a lot of road blocks set in the way of him and his players. It was really fun to watch what those young men and their coaches achieved. Now I think coach Pearl, me, Allen know there's some necessary, appropriate processes we've got to go through to get to the other side of this. And it's not just Auburn, it's college basketball in general. And Allen is sensitive to the fact, as am I, that college basketball is not in the best place in could be or should be. The NCAA knows that too. So, this is a complicated time to have the situation we have at Auburn, but I feel strongly that Allen's the right guy to lead us through this and work with coach Pearl regularly to make sure that we've got a program with high integrity and that's what we really want at Auburn. We want to win, don't misinterpret that. I'm a very competitive guy; I want to win. But I want to win in a way that makes us proud and with honor and integrity and I truly believe that can be accomplished here at Auburn and Allen's the right guy to get us there. " Of note, Pearl has two years remaining on his contract with $2.675M and $2.775M due in each respective year. (link)
The Courier Journal's Lourim contends that the hire of new Louisville Prez Bendapudi could "provide stability" for the Cards. When asked about leading a university with recent athletic department scandals, Bendapudi answered: "I’m a fan and I think athletics have a big place at universities, but we need to remember that it’s a university that has an athletic program and not an athletic program that has a university. First and foremost, it’s about our students and their learning experience, but athletics are incredibly important. I’m glad the board made two big hires (Tyra and men’s basketball coach Chris Mack) so that I don’t have that distraction and can really focus on the academic mission. The board has made it clear that I’m the president and athletics is part of but not superior our outside of the university. That’s important." Bendapudi currently serves as Provost at Kansas and Jayhawks AD Zenger calls her a "valued colleague and an enthusiastic supporter" of KU athletics. (link)
The story of the hiring of San Diego MBB HC Scholl is truly one for the ages, per the San Diego Union-Tribune's Miller. Here is the teaser: "The final pen strokes that landed Sam Scholl involved a none-the-wiser FedEx guy, a spelling challenged bakery employee, a frantic knock on an unsuspecting door and an athletic director testing speed limits in a rental car." Toreros AD McGillis flew to Seattle to surprise Scholl with the offer while he was spending time with his in-laws on Easter. Quite the story. (link)
More Personnel: South Dakota AD Herbster goes with Grand Canyon AHC Lee as the next MBB HC in Vermillion. (link); Ole Miss AD Bjork hires Jacksonville WBB HC McPhee-McCuin to the same role in Oxford. (link); Rhode Island promotes AHC Cox to MBB HC, five year deal at $700K annually. (link); New Mexico MBB HC Weir bumped up to $675K a year after a $50K pay raise and $50K retention bonus. (link); UT-Arlington and former MBB HC Cross appear to have reached a deal, Cross gets $400K of the $762.5K owed to him and the "offset language that was in his deal is not nullified" per a source. (link); Siena MBB HC Patsos is under investigation after allegations of verbal abuse of a team student-manager who has an OCD diagnosis. (link); Texas A&M paid former FB HC Sumlin just under $9.9M in 2018, finishing up paying his buyout in mid-February. With his Arizona salary added in, Sumlin will bring home $11.9M this calendar year. (link); Loyola-Chicago MBB HC Moser says he's had no thoughts of leaving the Ramblers, "Don't run from happiness." (link); New Hampshire has a new Prez in North Carolina EVP & Provost Dean. (link); San Diego State Women's Soccer HC Friesen gets an extended deal that could keep him with the Aztecs through the 2022 season. (link)
Five key items communicated by San Jose State AD Tuite & other university brass on "what's different this time" for SJSU athletics. 1) "Unprecedented alignment between intercollegiate athletics, the President & President's Cabinet"; 2) The "All In" campaign is closing in on $19M raised for a $40M push & 47% of the money is via new revenue streams & gifts; 3) "The physical transformation of South Campus" with a litany of new & improved facilities; 4) New org structure for the Athletics Advancement team; and, 5) The roll-out of Shield 365, the new points-based annual membership program. (link)
"I don’t think there’s any reason why we can’t do that. I’m unapologetic in terms of my ambition for Indiana University basketball, and I’m willing to put my money where my mouth is." That's IU AD Glass as he points to MBB "we’re doing all the things the very most-elite programs are doing. We measure ourselves against the three or four teams in the country that are widely viewed as basketball royalty. Our program doesn’t want for anything." An interactive chart shows the Hoosiers in the top two within the Big Ten on MBB's overall budget & also its recruiting line item. A bit more. (link)
Oklahoma WBB HC Coale discusses a handful of key topics around her sport, believes UConn's run of success "gave us an opening as a sport. And I still think excellence is magnetic. I don't buy the argument that it's bad for the game." Coale also points to parity across the nation with the likes of Central Michigan & Buffalo making a splash this post-season. In closing, "For women’s basketball, I think it’s a mistake to try to be like the men. I think there have been times in the evolution of our game where we have tilted toward that. We have tried to be men’s basketball. We will never be men’s basketball. I don’t care how many players are able to dunk, it’s not going to be the same. And I think it’s a mistake for us to try be in their image. […] Our product is the thing most under our control, and I think that’s where the renovation or evolution or whatever you want to call it begins." (link)
Interesting read from the Herald-Sun's Jacobs on fashion trends around MBB this past season ranging from student-athletes wearing compression tights under their shorts to "big hair." ECU associate professor of interior design & merchandising Parrish: "Most fashion starts at the runway and trickles down to Main Street. You have the new technology, that’s the fabric. It replaces things. Other things become obsolete." N.C. State Assoc. AD for Sports Medicine Murphy: "Most of it’s fashion, I would agree. There is some science to it, but there’s a lot of pseudo-science to it. But it makes people feel better, so that’s all that matters." Parrish also notes shorter shorts around the game, a fashion trend that "ebbs and flows." (link)
Nike EVP of Global Human Resources Matheson says the Swoosh has "failed to gain traction" in moving women & minorities into key leadership roles across the company. Though Nike's global workforce is split basically 50/50 between men & women, only 29% of VPs are women. Matheson commits the company to "removing bias from the hiring process," which includes blind resume reviews & eliminating the collection of salary histories. More from Matheson on how Nike intends to move forward by "redefining what great leadership looks like and how we model a culture where all leaders are focused on empowering our employees." (link)
Also Noticed: LEAD1 boss McMillen with this week's edition of "Lead1 Byte of the Week" discusses March Madness. (link); Boston College AD Jarmond held the inaugural First-Generation Student-Athlete Celebration this week, culminating a new series he created to "cultivate connections, share experiences and learn about campus resources for first-generation college students in the BC athletics department." (link); UC Irvine's Anteater Ballpark gets an upgraded scoreboard next week, with a new video component on top. (link); Northwestern FB HC Fitzgerald teases with a photo from inside the new indoor practice space, which officially opens Saturday. What. A. View. (link); In 2014, former Notre Dame FB student-athlete Schmitz filed a lawsuit against ND and the NCAA for failing to protect him from brain injuries during his playing career (1974-78). Schmitz, who was diagnosed with CTE two years prior to filing the suit, died in 2015. After some lower court rulings, the Ohio Supreme Court will take the case, marking the first such CTE case at this level in the state. Oral arguments begin April 11. (link); Alabama FB's "Bama Cuts Episode 1, Part 2" is now available. Never seen Saban smile like this. (link); ESPN's 30 for 30 on former Army/Indiana/Texas Tech MBB HC Knight, "The Last Days of Knight" starts streaming on ESPN+ April 12. (link)
Portland AD Leykam, now with almost six years under his belt leading the Pilots, is profiled by the student newspaper, The Beacon. "Leykam looks like he could have been a mob boss in another life, with his goatee peppered grey, sitting back in a leather chair, one leg draped across the other, wearing a version of what he wears every day — a Pilot purple quarter-zip and a pair of black slacks. But his demeanor more resembles your friendly neighbor, barbecuing in the backyard or coaching his son’s little league team (which he does, by the way)." Career highlights thus far include signing an eight-year deal with Nike, the hires of MBB HC Porter, Men's Soccer HC Carlin-Voigt and Women's Soccer HC French, increasing academic support staff from one advisor to four, increased fundraising, facility improvements and the creation of the Pilot Sports Network. Leykam: "The reality is you can never win enough in this job. You can’t keep everybody happy. I’m probably my own worst critic, but to see the individual accomplishments of the student athletes every year, that’s the coolest part." (link)
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Associate Director/Communications (Social Media & Web Development) (Boston College / Chestnut Hill, MA): The candidate will serve as a full-time member of the athletics communications staff with primary focus on social media. Administers communications activities for one or more Olympic sports. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Ticket Operations (University of Oregon Athletics / Eugene, OR): Assist with the day to day operations in the Athletic Ticket Office, specifically the Matthew Knight Arena Box Office. Strategize with Athletic Ticket Office directors on day to day office activities. Ensure successful staffing of events. More details HERE.

Head Coach - Womens Basketball (Cleveland State University / Cleveland, OH): Responsible for the organization and administration of all facets of the women's basketball program to ensure a quality program and successful Division 1 team. Application Deadline April 13, 2018. More details HERE.

Head Coach - Wrestling (Cleveland State University / Cleveland, OH): Responsible for the organization and administration of all facets of the wrestling program to ensure a quality program and successful Division 1 team. Application Deadline April 13, 2018. More details HERE.

Leadership Gift Officer, Athletics Development (Columbia University / New York, NY): Fundraising and alumni relations position. Assists with fundraising activities in support of Columbia Athletics, including front-line fundraising, working with coaches and other staff in Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Athletic Communications (University of South Florida / Tampa, FL): Administer all communications, media relations and social media for USF’s nationally ranked women’s basketball and men’s soccer programs as well as secondary duties with football. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Athletics Development (Boston University / Boston, MA): The Assistant Director, Athletics Development serves as a key member of the fundraising team and will develop, implement and manage an annual giving program for Boston University Athletics. More details HERE.

Athletic Major Gifts Officer (Virginia Polytechnic Institute / Blacksburg, VA): The Virginia Tech Athletic Fund seeks Major Gifts Officer, multiple openings, to report to the Associate Athletic Director of Major Gifts. Apply online at http://listings.jobs.vt.edu/postings/85170. More details HERE.

Director of Annual Giving, Athletics (University of Pennsylvania / Philadelphia, PA): Manage, implement, and grow the Penn Athletics annual fund by engaging alumni and other external sources. BA/BS. 3-5 years experience. Apply online at: https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/32665. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Annual Giving (San Jose State University / San Jose, CA): The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with San José State University in the search for an Associate Athletic Director for Annual Giving. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletics Director for Broadcasting & Production (University of Maryland / College Park, MD): The Asst. AD for Broadcasting & Production will serve as the departmental lead for all video production and broadcasting with the primary purpose of enhancing the Maryland Athletics brand. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics (University of South Carolina Upstate / Spartanburg, SC): The AD will have strong interpersonal skills & an ability to deal effectively with all levels of students, faculty, administrators, staff, & the BOT & various community & professional organizations. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director, Facilities and Operations (University of South Alabama / Mobile, AL): The University of South Alabama is looking for an Assistant Athletic Director, Facilities and Operations. More details HERE.

Director of Annual Giving, Duck Athletic Fund (University of Oregon Athletic Department / Eugene, OR): The Director of Annual Giving is responsible for building a broad base of sustainable, annual support for the University of Oregon Athletic Department from alumni, parents, faculty and students. More details HERE.

Director of Marketing and Promotions (University of Massachusetts Amherst / Amherst, MA): The University of Massachusetts Amherst Department of Athletics is accepting applications for a Director of Marketing and Promotions. More details HERE.

Development Coordinator (University of Tennessee Foundation / Knoxville, TN): The Development Coordinator is a vital support role for the Director of Development & Tennessee Fund team. To learn more about this position, follow the job link and use keyword, 18000000E2. More details HERE.

Assistant Director for Communications (The Rams Club / Chapel Hill, NC): Supports the growth and development of The Rams Club through assisting with the production of effective and coordinated communications pieces. More details HERE.

Marketing & Promotions Assistant (Washington State University Athletics / Pullman, WA): Comprehensive strategic mktg and promotions plan for all home athletic events; manage a variety of public relation activities; advisor for WSU’s student fan group; student practicum program oversight. More details HERE.

Assoc. Athletic Dir./Dir. of Student Athlete High Performance (William & Mary / Williamsburg, VA): This position will be responsible for all areas that impact student-athlete performance including sports medicine, athletic training, sports psychology, nutrition, speed, strength, and conditioning. More details HERE.

Director of Video Production (Purdue University / West Lafayette, IN): Shoot, produce, direct and edit video content for internal & external areas of Purdue Athletics. Technical liaison to Purdue Athletics for video production and future multi-media development. More details HERE.

Strategic Digital Marketing Coordinator (University of Alabama / Tuscaloosa, AL): Develop and implement strategic digital marketing plans that generate revenue, engage fans, drive attendance and build the Crimson Tide brand. More details HERE.

Development Coordinator (Air Force Academy Athletic Corporation / Colorado Springs, CO): The AFAAC seeks a Development Coordinator to assist with the Falcon Pride Club Annual Giving program in support of Air Force Athletics. More details HERE.

Director/Assistant Athletic Director of Athletics Development (University of Arkansas at Little Rock / Little Rock, AR): Serves as Little Rock Athletic's major gift officer, along with managing the Trojan Athletic Association (TAA). This position will also be responsible for the success of all athletic special events. More details HERE.

Associate Director, Athletic Advancement (Kent State University Athletics / Kent, OH): Provide leadership to the annual funds programs and major gifts programs for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Develop, implement, and execute annual fundraising strategies. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics (University of Alaska-Anchorage / Anchorage, AK): UAA seeks strong athletics administrator with great interpersonal skills who will embrace the Anchorage community, lead department and the student-athletes of the 13 intercollegiate athletic teams. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director - Strategic Communications and Management (UC San Diego / La Jolla, CA): Responsible for positively influencing the external dialogue about UC San Diego Athletics through expertise in communication methods, information flow, media relations and brand management. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics Facilities and Operations (College of the Holy Cross / Worcester, MA): This position is an integral part of the Athletic staff, assisting in the management of all aspects of facility and event operations. More details HERE.

Head Coach - Women's Basketball (University of Massachusetts Lowell / Lowell, MA): The Head Coach is responsible for leading all aspects of developing and managing a competitive Division I program within the parameters designated by the University, AEC and the NCAA. More details HERE.

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach (Goalkeeper Coach) (#10762) (University of Akron / Akron, OH): The University of Akron, a NCAA Division I (FBS) University is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Women's Soccer Coach/Goalkeeper Coach. EEO/AA Employer/Veterans/Disabled. More details HERE.

Director of Major Gifts (University of Louisiana at Lafayette / Lafayette, LA): Director of Major Gifts works cooperatively with university Development Officers in a coordinated effort to achieve the University of Louisiana's fund raising goals. More details HERE.

Executive Producer, Football Creative Video (Stanford University / Stanford, CA): The Executive Producer will serve as the primary producer for Stanford Football, creating dynamic content that elevates the Stanford brand and tells the stories of its elite student-athletes. More details HERE.

Director - Athletics Social Media (Oregon State University / Corvallis, OR): Reporting to the Associate Athletic Director for Ideation, the Director of Social Media creates, directs, and provides education on all aspects of primary social media accounts. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance (University of Nevada, Las Vegas / Las Vegas, NV): The University of Nevada, Las Vegas invites applications for Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance [R0108335]. More details HERE.

Director of Multimedia Integration (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): The Director of Multimedia Integration will be responsible for creating, managing and maintaining dynamic content that strategically enhances the brand of the University of Oregon Athletic Department. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications (Campbell University / Buies Creek, NC): This person will serve as the primary graphic designer for the Campbell Department of Athletics and assist with implementing public relations services for assigned sports. More details HERE.

Executive Associate Athletics Director (University Athletic Association, Inc. / Gainesville, FL): The Executive Associate AD, External Relations will provide administrative oversight, vision and leadership for assigned departments and sports at the University Athletic Assoc at the Univ of Florida. More details HERE.

Director of Athletic Communications (James Madison University / Harrisonburg, VA): Position will coordinate communications, media relations and sports information strategies of JMU Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Development & Internal Operations (University of Georgia Athletic Association / Athens, GA): This position manages and coordinates the processing of all athletic priority seating related to major gifts, provides support in managing data, points and acknowledgements sent to TGBC donors. More details HERE.

General Manager of Ticket Sales (Air Force Academy Athletics Corporation / Colorado Springs, CO): The General Manager (GM) of Ticket Sales will drive ticket revenue in support of Air Force Athletics. More details HERE.

Director of Development - Athletics (Iowa State University Foundation / Ames, IA): Join the Athletics development team at Iowa State University Foundation to connect donors’ philanthropic interests with unit priorities and make an impact in moving the Cyclone program forward. More details HERE.

Assistant Director, Ohio Bobcat Club (Ohio University / Athens, OH): This position will focus on assisting the Associate Director with the day-to-day operations of the annual campaign. More details HERE.

Associate Director/Communications (Boston College / Chestnut Hill, MA): Administer all media relations for baseball and serve as secondary contact with football and other sports. Will also oversee social media & content generation for assigned sports. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Public Relations (University of Washington / Seattle, WA): This position will oversee the Athletic Communications team, strategic and critical messaging, and special projects. For complete details, see www.washington.edu/jobs and apply to job #153755. More details HERE.

Assoc. Director of Stewardship (University of Tennessee Foundation / Knoxville, TN): Reporting to the Dir. of Development, the role will work with the TN Fund staff, manage, develop, & implement a comprehensive donor relations program. Use keyword 1800000099 to learn more & apply. More details HERE.

Associate Philanthropy Officer – Tyee Club (University of Washington / Seattle, WA): Washington Athletics seeks an Associate Philanthropy Officer-Tyee Club. This position will have dual functions in Philanthropy and Discovery. For complete details and to apply, see UW Hires #151487. More details HERE.
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